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322 Sq. Ft. Castle Peak Tiny House

In this post I’m introducing you to Tiny Mountain Houses. They are building tiny houses in Washington, Oregon and California.

With a great team and plenty of unique customizations for your tiny home they can have one built for you in about 4 weeks.

Wow, that’s fast, isn’t it? The starting price of their tiny homes is $34,999 and up. The Castle Peak tiny house pictured below costs $45,982.

And, they also offer 100% financing to those who qualify. Here is their 322 sq. ft. Castle Peak tiny house design. Please enjoy the photos and videos and re-share it with your tiny house friends below.

322 Sq. Ft. Castle Peak Tiny House

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  • Kathy April 2, 2015, 2:51 pm

    I had the pleasure of meeting Lou, Jim and Nick and seeing both of these beautiful tiny homes at the Seattle Home Show. My favorite feature of the Castle Peak was a very large “tiny bathroom” with room for a stackable washer/dryer or combo. Very well constructed and a great group of guys.
    I just wish I could have gotten a job with them. I am new to Washington via Hawaii and would love to work in the tiny house industry. I hope to buy one within the next year. I’ve been following and researching them since Nov. 2011.

  • Cahow April 2, 2015, 3:15 pm

    Nice but Old Bones rebel against L.O.F.T.S.

    I’ll let the Youngin’s clamor for it’s attention whilst they clamber up and down that ladder. LOL

    • JanneZack April 2, 2015, 3:48 pm

      Cahow, I’m with you! My knees wouldn’t be able to take me to bed each night… I’d end up sleeping on the couch… given it is long enough. I love these two units (on their website) but they appear to be the “professional” tiny house versions intended for mass production. A one-size fits all – type approach, but pretty. The den area could easily be a bedroom one would think. I am hooked on these things and these I haven’t seen before.

    • Jodie Dew April 2, 2015, 7:20 pm

      I am with you on the lofts…I suppose good for storage…if one can get the grandkids to take the stuff up and down….of course like previous post says the den can be a mb…these are a little too modern for me, I was picturing castle peaks to be more traditional, or whimsical in my head…oh well nice job tho.

      • Cahow April 2, 2015, 7:28 pm

        Jodie wrote: ” I was picturing castle peaks to be more traditional, or whimsical in my head.”

        YES!, thank you for bringing that point up, Jodie! I thought the same identical thing but when I clicked on the link, I felt deflated and the “wah-wah” sound played in the background. 🙁 No whimsy. No Hogwarts turrets. And then I got sidetracked looking at all those loft photos and the thought fled my brain.

        Perhaps “Tiny Shoebox Homes” would be a better moniker?

      • Jodie Dew April 2, 2015, 8:12 pm

        Cahow, thank you…you crack me up!! and you are right, your name suits them better.

    • Norm May 18, 2015, 11:01 am

      Cahow. I hear ya. My bones are a few weeks short of celebrating their 70th. Wife and I are actively exploring the “tiny” lifestyle, but sure would like to see more homes profiled here with sleeping options (walk around bed) on the main floor.

      • Dean May 19, 2015, 2:45 pm

        Norm – You might be interested in this section of this site, then – http://tinyhousetalk.com/category/no-loft-tiny-homes-2/
        Also, if you scroll up to the top of the page, where the picture of the log cabin is, under it is a tool bar that takes you to different sections of this site. If you click on “Small”, then click on “small houses” in the list that appears, you’re taken to a listing of…small houses! These structures tend to feature one level designs, too.

  • Tom April 2, 2015, 4:09 pm

    This looks great, but I bet it is very heavy to pull.
    I have just completed my first week living in my tiny house in S. Ca. It’s a 400 sq ft park model RV home in a RV resort where you own the lot upon which it sits. So far I find it great! No mortgage, low HOA dues with lots of pools, gym, workshop, tennis courts etc.
    I would say the biggest adjustment has been the small bedroom. It’s just me and the dog. Just enough room to get around the queen size bed and that’s it. Rest of the home is fine. Tons of built in storage. More than my condo that was over twice the size. I even have a stack washer/dryer. Soon to add a dishwasher. What more could I need?

    • Walt April 2, 2015, 5:13 pm

      Tom,
      Where in California is the lot? Like most of us I’m interested in purchasing or building my tiny house. However, I’m having a difficult time finding land in which to put it on. I’ve recently bought some land in Oregon but their requirements for building is a minimum of 1200 sq Ft for a home. Too much house for me. Will be using the land as an investment property. Any suggestions of where I can buy land/lot that allow a tiny home ? Oregon,Washington, California area…

      Thank you.

      Walt

      • Sharon April 3, 2015, 4:06 pm

        Walt, you need to find your way to Mariposa County, CA! It is the home of Yosemite National Park, and tiny homes are allowed here! Also the land per acre is far more reasonable than in most other areas of California.

      • Tom Van Soelen May 18, 2015, 10:54 pm

        Walt, Check out Desert Shadows RV Resort in Cathedral City, Ca. The Palm Springs area. This resort doesn’t allow tiny houses that are not considered park model RVs. Minimum length is 26 ft and 400 Sq Ft. The homes are situated on your own lot that you only pay property tax on the land, not structure. My property tax is about $300 a year. The home is licensed as an RV for $95 year thru the DMV.

      • Debra VS May 19, 2015, 11:17 am

        Please keep in mind that the Palm Springs area of California is HOT from in the late spring through most of the fall months… 105-115 degrees HOT. It is, after all, the desert and it lives up to its name.

    • Karen Cotton April 3, 2015, 10:32 pm

      Where in CA??? I am looking for a lot.
      Karen

      • dea May 18, 2015, 4:45 pm

        Very nice place for a family!… (all of the above), I’m looking to be near a national park, I do EMS work lol love working with the park units whenever I can, something I hope to pass to the kiddos!

    • Sandi B May 18, 2015, 8:02 pm

      Hi Tom, you indicated you are in So. Cal. — so am I and am looking for a place to move myself to — what area is the resort in — sounds like what I have been looking for — definitely would like to own my own lot.

      • t May 18, 2015, 10:42 pm

        Sandi B. Check out Desert Shadows RV Resort, Cathedral City, Ca
        (Palm Springs area)

  • Tom April 2, 2015, 4:11 pm

    PS, My park model is all on ONE level–NO LOFT whoo hoo !!

  • Mike Fye April 2, 2015, 5:19 pm

    Seems I have to agree…. the loft setup doesn’t work for me either, I wonder if one level tiny houses could be as good? I would entertain the idea of purchasing one if it was possible.

  • Mike Fye April 2, 2015, 5:21 pm

    I would also like to know if there is a builder who could build a tiny house on a pad or foundation? Including water, shower and bathroom?

  • Doug Geniesse April 2, 2015, 7:28 pm

    Great little house. Really flexible to changes, so you can make it what you want. For those who want a first floor bedroom – looks like the den could be a bedroom and the door would not be needed, replace it with a bay window. The loft could be used for storage.

    Looks like you have a great base model, then the ability to upgrade as desired. Great thoughts.

    Good price as well (I know many would argue with that, however I have priced out the components…)

    My one question – is this model named after the Castle Peak in eastern Washington (my wife lived in Winthrop for a bit…)

    I am going to the Tiny Home Conference in Portland. Love to compare notes.

  • Karen R April 2, 2015, 9:08 pm

    Whimsey? A turret? SOMETHING to validate that this is a “castle”? I appreciate the floor plan and other info, but the misnomer set me up for disappointment. Nice house, but I prefer my first floor bedroom with the half bath – and so does my Prince.

  • NTXPhotog April 3, 2015, 2:20 pm

    Lofts work in tiny homes on wheels as they use the up space rather than down space. This one has a den which I have not really seen utilized much in other models. One way to combat the ladder and loft issue – my knees would not take that either by the way – is to use slim stairs with storage underneath. Zyl Zardos has a nice one in the Pinafore and saw one the other day that had storage and a fireplace (electric).

  • Susanne April 3, 2015, 3:34 pm

    Tom-how much exactly you pay each month in fees for the use of those facilities?
    Send us photos?
    How much the taxes since what you sitting on will be small but still in California?

    • t May 18, 2015, 10:47 pm

      My lot taxes are only $300 annually. The monthly HOA is $240 which includes cable, water, sewer, wi fi, trash, several pools, tennis court, putting green, hot tubs, gym, laundry, ice machines, gated community. Think up scale campground that you own the land/lot.

    • Debra VS May 19, 2015, 11:24 am

      Please keep in mind that Palm Springs is in the desert, so it is HOT from May-October… as in 105-115 degrees.

  • Dean April 7, 2015, 2:36 am

    Andrea, thanks for the heads up on this new builder.
    I’m in Washington, so this is of special interest to me.
    One of these days, I’m get off my duff and go to that home show they have every year. Sounds like they’ve got some great stuff on exhibit there!

  • Jean April 8, 2015, 1:04 am

    I’m with the others about not wishing to climb a ladder to get to our bed.
    Otherwise…I like this modern design.

  • gary pollock April 9, 2015, 8:47 pm

    That’s the exact reason I do fifth wheels. More trailer, less tow, full stand up head room over the hitch. 3/12 pitch over truck and 12/12 over trailer. But I haven’t found a TH trailer builder. I have had to modify everything myself. But, it does work well.

  • Elle April 10, 2015, 3:46 pm

    Cahow you crack me up. I love lofts! Don’t know why. They’re so cozy but you can still keep an eye on everything downstairs.

    This is only 322 sq ft?? I like the design. The two different ‘roof-styles’ compliment one another very nicely and they really open the place up.

    Really not a bad starting price but does that include these gorgeous counter tops …for starters?

  • Debra VS May 18, 2015, 9:53 am

    Just a critique if I were going to live in this, not criticizing. The den would definitely become my bedroom. I’d be unhappy with the stove/cook top so close to the fridge, but that would be an easy fix. Sleeping loft would be my guest bedroom or storage. Biggest thing for me in this and any other TH is the ladder taking up so much room. I’ve seen straight up-and-down ladders in other THs, and that would be easy to do at the end of the kitchen counter, right? That’s what I’d have, since I wouldn’t be using the loft daily.

  • gale May 18, 2015, 12:49 pm

    This is one of the best layouts I have seen. Plenty of room to tweak for your personal taste..large bath..nice kitchen. Excellent!

  • Kelly Libert May 18, 2015, 2:00 pm

    I would lose the den entirely to create a larger living area and room for a staircase to the loft. I had a compound fracture to my elbow once from falling off a ladder when I was young and spry. I won’t go near one now.

  • Dara May 18, 2015, 8:35 pm

    Did anyone find out where in CA these are located? Would love to stay in Southern CA too. I’ve been looking at Tiny Houses for many years and would buy one in a heartbeat if I had someplace nice to park it. Any comments, thoughts, ideas? Thanks

  • Rev September 5, 2016, 1:48 pm

    A quick visit with my Android tablet to their (horribly horrible) site shows their projects are named after various mountains. The ‘castle’ refers to Colorado’s 14,000-foot Castle Peak, so misweading the title while wishing for whimsical turrets and widow walks is not their responsibility.

    No extra charge for alliteration.

  • Dana Turner April 5, 2017, 12:14 am

    The only things I’d change are the pitch of the roof–a little too sharp for me, maybe 2 feet higher on the low side, and make the kitchen cabinets a lighter color. Other than that it is gorgeous.

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